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Union boasts one of the best athletics departments in the nation. Union athletes excel on all levels, locally, statewide and nationally. In addition to competitive sports, Union also offers intramural games. The spirit department - which includes cheerleaders, pom squads and Highstepper teams - is also under the auspices of the athletics department. For a sampling, view the Athletic Achievements located at the bottom of this page.

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Athletics Office
6836 S. Mingo Road
Tulsa, OK 74133
Phone 918-357-7410
Fax 918-357-7499

Emly Warren

Emily Warren
Director of Athletics
Biography

Steve Dunlap

Kirk Fridrich Michael Rose
Steve Dunlap
Associate Athletic Director 
Biography
Kirk Fridrich
Associate Athletic Director
Biography

Michael Rose
Associate Athletic Director
Biography

 

Mission

The mission of the Union Athletic Department is to help our student-athletes reach their highest academic and athletic potential; to inspire champions today and prepare leaders for tomorrow.

Athletics News

Tickets and Pass Information

Athletic Department (UMAC 2nd Floor)
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
(No sales Noon-1 p.m.)
$50 per ticket book (5 home games)
Cash or check accepted; No credit card sales

NOTE:  The Athletic Department will not replace lost, stolen or destroyed All Sports Passes free of charge or at a discounted rate.

 

 

2013-2014 General Admission Ticket Prices

School
Sport
Adult
Students/Seniors
High
School
Varsity
Baseball
$6
$4
Basketball
$6
$4
Football
$7
$4
Soccer
$6
$4
Softball
$6
$4
Swimming
$6
$4
Track
$6
$4
Volleyball
$6
$4
Wrestling
$6
$4
Junior Varsity
All Games
$5
$3
Junior High All Games $5 $3
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 Season Tickets and All-Sports Passes
 
Union SchoolsSeason Tickets are on sale now for the 2013 Varsity Football Season. Tickets are $40 per ticket book (4 home games, this includes the 2013 Backyard Bows versus Jenks held at The University of Tulsa).All-Sports Passes are also on sale now. Passes are $25 for students K-12, and $70 for adults. Passes are the equivalent of a general admission ticket and will gain you access to any regular season home game, including the 2013 Backyard Bowl versus Jenks. Passes are also good for a general admission ticket to the All-School Musical. Passes are good for the entire 2013-2014 school year.
 
Tickets for individual varsity football games may be sold in advance, the week of that game. Information for any advance sales will be posted on this web page.
 

Athletic Department (UMAC 2nd Floor)
9 a.m. – 4 p.m. (No sales Noon-1 p.m.)
Cash or check accepted; No credit card sales
NOTE: The Athletic Department will not replace lost, stolen or destroyed All Sports Passes free of charge or at a discounted rate.

$25.00  -  Student Pass (Gr. K-12)
$70.00  -  Adult Pass

 

 Senior Citizen Passes

Union Public Schools invites senior citizens to become Gold Key Club members and attend any of our school-sponsored activities as our guest. Learn about senior citizen passes.

Athletics Photos

Patrons wishing to order photos of Union sports teams who may want to view/order photos may visit

Kidwell Photography
8311-I East 111th Street
Bixby, OK 74008
(918) 369-6019
www.kidwellsphotography.com

 Union Athletic Achievements for 2011-2012 (Information from the Annual Report printed in spring of 2013)

Union SchoolsUnion’s fast-pitch softball team had a great tournament run to take their first Class 6A state title since 1999.  The No. 2 Redskins (40-4) scored five runs in the second inning, one in the third, and four in the sixth to defeat No. 4 Owasso 10-4.  Union previously won titles in 1976, 1992, and 1999.

Union (13-1) won its seventh state football title in 10 years and eighth overall.  The second-ranked Redskins posted a 23-22 victory over Broken Arrow before an estimated crowd of 12,000 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater.  Union finished its 2011 season with three consecutive one-point victories in the playoffs.

The Redskins topped Broken Arrow for the second time in nine days to capture their second Class 6A dual state wrestling championship.  Seniors Josh Walker (120), Brian Crutchmer (132), and Kyle Crutchmer (170) took individual state titles.  The Union wrestling team won second in the state 6A tournament.

Union was the team to beat scoring 267 points to win the boys’ state swimming championship over favored Bartlesville.  Senior Eastman Holloway reset his 200-freestyle record with a 1:39.66 then came back and blew away the 500-freestyle record set in 2000 with a time of 4:30.30.  Chase Davis also won the 200-IM for Union; and in 6A girls’, Erika McGovern won the gold in 100 breaststroke.

The Redskins boys’ basketball team finished a perfect season, winning the gold ball by defeating defending state champion Edmond Memorial 37-36.  It was the first boys’ perfect season in 6A since the OSSAA added the classification in 1996, and it was the first time a school from the state’s largest class had a perfect season since 1990.

Union joins Booker T. Washington (2010-2011) and Cascia Hall (2008-2009) as Tulsa-area teams during the past four seasons to sweep football and boys’ basketball titles in the same school year.

Union SchoolsThe girls’ golf team won the state championship by 25 strokes with a 606.  Anna Kim and Emma Allen finished second individually with a 149.

The boys’ cross country team won state runner-up.

The Varsity Pom squad won their eighth consecutive State Championship, their ninth overall.  The JV and 8th Grade squads both brought home State Championships, placing first in their divisions.  This is the second year in a row that all of the Pom squads have won State Championships.

The Varsity Cheerleading squad won the Class 6A State Championship, scoring 281 points to take home their third overall title and the second in five years.  At the state finals they competed against 15 other teams to win the title. 

The Varsity Highsteppers won runner-up in Kick at the state level taking second place out of six teams.  The JV Highsteppers won second place in both Jazz and Kick divisions at state, and the 8th Grade Highsteppers won first place in Kick for state competition as well as third in Jazz.

The Varsity Pom squad was awarded the Giving Spirit Award from Channel 2 and Spirit Bank for their commitment to community service.  The squad collectively participated in more than 650 hours of community service.

The boys’ swimming team and girls’ cross country team won the OSSAA Academic Achievement Plaque for a minimum team GPA of 3.5 and ranking in the top ten percent of Class 6A.  Girls’ swimming, wrestling, boys’ and girls’ basketball, volleyball, fast-pitch softball, boys’ cross country, and cheerleading earned the OSSAA Academic Achievement Certificate for a minimum team GPA of 3.25 and a ranking in the upper one-third of Class 6A.

Senior J. C. Hartzler was named the Tulsa World’s State Boys’ Basketball Player of the Year.

Senior Cristian Mata was named Oklahoma’s Gatorade Boys’ Soccer Player of the Year.  Mata has been a two-time member of the Tulsa World’s all-metro team.

The Wrestling Classic committee selected senior Kyle Crutchmer for the USA All-Star Team for the Dapper Dan Wrestling Classic, the most prestigious high school all-star wrestling meet in the United States.

Union SchoolsUnion won the Mid America National Wrestling Tournament, and brothers Kyle and Brian Crutchmer won individual titles, competing against 29 teams from three different states.

Seniors Josh Walker (120 lbs) and Kyle Crutchmer (182 lbs) both won titles at the Reno Tournament of Champions. Crutchmer also received the Outstanding Wrestler Award for the tournament, voted on by the coaches out of a field of over 2,000 participating wrestlers.

Senior Nicole Brady was honored with the Ferguson Jenkins Award, presented annually to the state’s top high school base-

ball and softball players and coaches.  The Oklahoma Coaches Association selects winners based on athletic and scholastic achievement.

At the Junior National Swim Meet at Stanford University, senior Eastman Holloway qualified with an Olympic Trial time in the 400M Freestyle event. 

Junior Brady Richardson won the Oklahoma Golf Association’s 2011 Junior Amateur Golf Championship in Edmond.

Union had a strong showing in All-Metro awards with Kennedy Austin as Girls’ Track Athlete of the Year, Nadia Majidi Girls’ Golfer of the Year, Eastman Holloway Boys’ Swimmer of the Year, and Kyle Crutchmer Wrestler of the Year (second straight year).

Senior Alex Workman and his teammate set a world record by rowing 35 hours.  Alex had to row longer than 28 hours to break the under-19 lightweight world record which now stands at 35 hours -- 7 hours better than the old record.

Union was named School of the Year by Coaches Aid.  After seeing a three-year run at the top of the Coaches Aid School of the Year standings end a year ago at the hands of rival Jenks, the Redskins rebounded in massive style with one of the top all-around athletic performances ever.

Union was in contention for inclusion in MaxPreps’ top 10.  School programs receive points for state championships, state runner-up finishes, and inclusion in national rankings for each sport.